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Holiday Events, On a Higher Level

     The Holidays are fast approaching with Winter Solstice the 21st, Hanukkah the 12th-20th, Christmas the 25th, Kwanzaa the 26th-1st, and the New Year to follow. This means taking the time to celebrate, to reflect, to visit family, and to get out and experience the festivities all around Seattle. This Holiday Season Solstice would like to recommend some events around town that are sure to bring the cheer.

Things to see
Wild Lights, Woodland Park Zoo, Nov 28 - Jan 4th (closed Dec 24th & 25th), 5:30 - 8:30 pm
Zoo Lights, Point Defiance Zoo (Tacoma), Nov 27 - Jan 3rd, 5 - 9 pm.
SAM Lights, Olympic Sculpture Park, Dec 17th, 6 - 9 pm Free
Gingerbread Village, The Sheraton Hotel,  1400 Sixth Avenue. November 24, 2015 - January 3, 2016, Open 24 hours, Free
It's A Wonderful Life (on 35mm), Grand Illusion Cinema, Dec 11 - 31
Love Actually (Outdoor Movie), Peddler Brewing Company, Dec 17, 8 pm
A(n Improvised) Christmas Carol, Unexpected Productions, Nov 27th - Dec 26th
Leavenworth Christmas Lighting Festival, Sat, Sun. Through Dec 17
Snowflake Lane, Bellevue Collects, Through December 24th
George Balanchine's The Nutcracker, Mcaw Hallt, Through December 28th
Macklemore, Key Arena, December 22 - 23rd

Things to do
Santacon Pub Crawl, Saturday Dec 12th, 12 pm - 2 am
Winterfest Ice Rink, Seattle Center, Nov 27 -Jan 3, 2016
Redmond Synthetic Skating Rink, Redmond Town Center, now through Jan 3rd
Magic Season Ice Arena, Bellevue, Nov 27th - Jan 10, 2016
Feast of the Winter Solstice, The Great Hall, Thurs Dec 21 at 7 pm